Medical Director Dr. Parminder Sandhu of Yuva Aesthetics & Wellness helms a team of holistic health coaches, laser techs, smoking-cessation therapists, and skin specialists. Her office’s customized HCG weight-loss programs cater to any body type and gender as they create slimming game plans with prescriptions and nutraceutical products from brands including Metagenics. Yuva’s skin specialists, armed with Environ and Latisse products, concentrate on restoring youthful complexions as they fight fine lines with dermal filler injections and steam rolls cellulite until fat deposits scamper away from the Accent RF’s dermal heating powers like a ant running away from a stale pile of honey. Yuva is also fully equipped to clear troublesome body brush with Cutera Coolglide and LightSheer laser hair-removal systems.
Staffed with registered massage therapists, laser techs, and reflexologists, Target Health treats bodily afflictions by taking a holistic approach. The spa’s massage therapists assuage chronic aches and pains while fostering an inner tranquility that boosts the immune system, revs up circulation, and tickles the notoriously grumpy lumbar spine region. Trained acupuncturists have deep reverence for the ancient healing practice, and aim to restore balance to the body, alleviate symptoms of respiratory disorders, and lessen depression. With a comprehensive laser system, the team clears up unwanted hair, and reflexologists attend to pressure points in the feet and hands to grant relief and assist in postoperative recovery.
EvelineCharles Academy's husk pamperers are trained in the experienced hands of certified cosmetology, aesthetics and make-up instructors to divine body-bolstering results for their clients. An extensive menu of services lavishes women, men, and children ages 6 and up with hair and body treatments, providing a better option for how to spend Household Spa Day than simply imagining an updo. Harvest head-turns with a women's haircut and style ($20–$30) and a solid colour treatment ($35), or treat a macho mug to deserving swoons provided by a men's haircut ($10–$20). A facial ($40) adds vibrancy to tired façades, and a mani-pedi ($50) dotes on digits. Rescue personal dignity from furry clutches without disowning Grandpa with a waxing for the brows ($15), back ($35) or lower leg ($25), among other options.
In 1984, cosmetic dermatologists Dr. Janis P. Campbell and Dr. Tom Y. Woo founded their cosmetic haven. Their goal is to eschew a clinical-feeling environment and instead cultivate an inviting atmosphere that's closer to that of a spa than a medical facility. Dr. Woo has over 28 years of laser experience and performed over 40,000 procedures. Dr. Campbell has performed Botox and fillers for over 27 years. In addition to the nine different lasers that perform a diverse array of face and body treatments—such as the LightSheer Diode laser, which can zap unwanted hair from virtually any skin type—the experts arm themselves with a bounty of other aesthetic technology. Ultrasound wavelengths from the UltraShape device help break down stubborn fat without surgery or downtime, and radiofrequencies emit from the Thermage handpiece to smooth wrinkles and tighten skin. The technicians also refresh clients with peels, body wraps, and brand-name products.
Spa Europa aims to relax minds and bodies with spa treatments inspired by the baths of ancient Rome. Its signature Turkish-bath treatment exfoliates clients from head to toe during a process that, like a chocolate-chip cookie's morning routine, ends with a bath in fresh, white milk. The spa’s aestheticians incorporate seaweed and Dead Sea mud into their body wraps and Institut’ Dermed cosmeceuticals into facial treatments. Massage therapists also deploy hot stones to melt away tension during kneadings.
Dr. Richard Kowalewski takes over for more intense med-spa treatments, tackling wrinkles with nonsurgical services such as Botox and laser skin resurfacing. Glycolic-acid treatments also fight aging by smoothing hands and feet during manicures and pedicures. To take care of their skin after they head home, guests can swing by the spa’s boutique to pick up body products made with minerals and vitamins from the Dead Sea.
The highly trained medical aestheticians at Anishas MediSpa beautify bodies from head to toe. After passing through the turquoise-and-brown reception area, guests can let feet soak in an elegant glass pedicure bowl or head toward a massage-and-skincare room with silvery microtiles harvested from retired disco balls. The team's signature treatments range from Hollywood-style oxygen-infusion facials to the spa facial, a relaxing deep-cleansing with aromatherapy steam and a lymphatic massage of the face, neck, and shoulders. The crew also refines visages with threading, teeth whitening, and eyelash extensions.